New York’s after-dark action is not short of an introduction. It is known to be one of the best places on earth and perhaps the liveliest once the sun has gone down. Its famous slogan “city that never sleeps” is as literal as it can be when you step into the streets of Manhattan. You have enough light shining from all directions that finding a lost pin should not be a challenge. From theaters to bars, for locals to tourists, the city is open to all and substantial to cater to the needs and wants of every individual and group of people.
The robustness that resides in this city of lights after sunset is unique and unparalleled. The bars are filled with party animals who think midnight starts at 4 am. Comedy clubs and theaters are mostly showing to a full house as if opening a new Avengers Movie. Outlandishly, NYC’s jazz bands and cabarets dancers have their own audience too. For a more laid-back experience, people tend to go to Brooklyn, and for a fancy and glamorous night, Manhattan fits the profile.
Listed below are some of the things that are commonly observed when it comes to NYC’s nightlife:
1. Watch a Broadway show:
Don’t want to get drunk? No worries. New York has over 30 theaters that offer all forms of art and classical shows for its tourist to enjoy the nightlife
2. Go Bowl
Bowling with some music and booze is one deadly combo that everyone seems to like the most especially speaking of a nightlife to remember.
3. Night Clubs
Dance your way into the nightlife of this electrifying city with your friends and get drunk and sing your lungs out with the DJ.
4. Bars with views
High-rise buildings and breathtaking harbor views are noteworthy, and NYC has arguably the best to offer in both categories.
5. Walk on the Streets
Stroll on the sidewalks of Downtown Manhattan and mesmerize the fastness and flashiness emerging from every corner of every street.
6. Comedy Clubs
Stand-up comedy or any other form, New York hosts the ultimate experience of it, and that’s why many famous comedians are from this side of the state.
7. Jazz Clubs
Real jazz lovers have praised NY’s collection of places where local bands sound promising as well as the basement jazz is more alive than ever.